Lanta Seafront Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... as we had only a few days here, we decided to make use of our time. We decided to book a 4 island tour through our guesthouse. This turned out to be a fantastic decision. We were picked up at 8 which meant an early breakfast. Fresh fruit and yoghurt for Maureen and a healthy chocolate pancake for me. We were collected along with some other people and headed to the old town, where the boat was departing from. The first port of call was around an hour away and the seas were ...
... answers back with baie mooi. Well that finished both of us! It's also amazing to hear so many Thai men with Aussie accents. So today.. Well where do I start. When we arrived at the hostel we booked out trip to koh lanta, we did manage to score big time as it was a lot cheaper than any other way of getting to lanta. When speaking to the guy from the hostel he told us we go via krabi and would take us 5 hrs to get there ( very weird i thought ...
... way back our guy driving this boat rammed us into monkey beach. All these monkeys in the trees were staring down at us sussing us out. The next minutes two jumped on and stole the captains sandwiches. They then jumped off quickly as he pulled the boat away. He then rammed us again and one monkey jumped on. He could smell the banana cake and banana skins we had on our bag and came in further to get them. Noel was so scared and ran off hahaha. The monkey took ...
... monkeys I threw part of my role on the floor to distract him so we could salvage our bags and the rest of the picnic but not being satisfied with only half my roll he came even closer until I surrendered my hard earned lunch...I was bloody enjoying that roll too! :0(
Did I say I hate monkeys? Well just for the record, I REALLY hate monkeys!
So having to retreat to the water’s edge in the blazing sun in ...
... have a bash at some Muay Thai boxing, which is the (violent) national sport of Thailand. The gym, which is down a narrow dirt track off the main road, turns out to be a very professional outfit, with its own onsite hotel, swimming pool and fitness centre. After an hour and a half of kicking, elbowing punching and a lot of sweating, Fred decides he is mad keen to thrash himself some more, and we sign up for a weeks' training, then stroll over to have ...